Landscape Change in Southern Brazil, from 1953 to the Present Day Sixty years of landscape change in the Iguaçu National Park, Brazil The Iguaçu National Park was created between 1939 and 1944 by the Brazilian national government at the border with Argentina. The creation of the park was disputed by the local state government, which, in the late 1950s, started to settle hundreds of families of Brazilians farmers inside park area. This later resulted in a conflicted process of removal […]
Eu, o Vinil, e o Resto do Mundo (I, the Vinyl LP, and the Rest of the World) I wrote, produced, and animated along with Ricardo Fernandes the opening for this 2010 documentary about hip-hop DJs in São Paulo. It was directed by Karina Ades and Lila Rodrigues.
TVCOM In 2008, I helped to create the new look for TVCOM, a local TV network in southern Brazil. I worked with Lucas Rampazzo and Ricardo van Steen (Tempo Design Studio) in the redesigning of all the TVCOM’s promos, IDs, opening credits, and also their logo.
Tight Skirt This was the opening for the Brazilian talk show Saia Justa, (a Portuguese idiom for “a difficult and embarrassing situation,” literally means “tight skirt”). I designed and animated this in 2005 along with Ricardo Fernandes for director Daniela Thomas.
The promo was produced in 1999 for the Brazilian TV network RedeTV! It was a simulation of woodcuts representing typical Brazilian scenes, drawn by Marcelo Fahd, animated by myself and Ricardo Fernandes, and directed by Ricardo van Steen.